Triadic Relations, Intentions, Fuzzy Subsets • Discussion 3

Re: Peirce List DiscussionGary MooreStefan Berwing

I intend to get back to this subject as soon as possible but the dire political situation in my home state is once again eating up a lot of my time and energy, so I’ll just post a link to what I wanted to discuss next, namely the classical sense of probability from which the modern mathematical formalization evolved, a sense expressed in words like likelihood and likely story and thus bound up with the concepts of analogues, copies, exemplars, icons, images, likenesses, metaphors, models, morphisms, paradigms, similes, simulations, and a host of similar notions.


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